Brutal: Paws of Fury

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Brutal: Paws of Fury
System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega-CD
Publisher: GameTek
Developer:
Sound driver: GEMS
Peripherals supported: Six Button Control Pad
Genre: Action

















Number of players: 1-2
Official in-game languages:
  • English
  • Français
  • Deutsch
  • Release Date RRP Code
    Sega Mega Drive
    US
    T-83136
    Videogame Rating Council: MA-13
    Sega Mega Drive
    EU
    T-83136-50
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega Drive
    DE
    T-83136-18
    Sega Mega Drive
    PT
    Sega Mega Drive
    UK
    T-83136-50
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega Drive
    AU
    OFLC: G8
    Sega Mega-CD
    US
    $59.9559.95[2] T-83015
    Videogame Rating Council: MA-13
    Sega Mega-CD
    EU
    T-83015-50
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega-CD
    DE
    T-83015-50
    Sega Mega-CD
    UK
    £39.9939.99[7][3] T-83015-50
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega-CD
    BR
    063510
    Tectoy: 13+
    Non-Sega versions

    Brutal: Paws of Fury is a fighting game released for the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega-CD. In Germany, it is simply known as Paws of Fury.

    Story

    Every four years on the uncharted Brutal Island, the world's toughest martial artists are invited to compete in the grueling Brutal Island Tournament. Only the winner of this tournament gains the privilege to challenge Dali Llama, the greatest fighter in the world, for the coveted Belt of Heaven.

    Gameplay

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    Gameplay

    The game is a fighting game featuring a cast of anthropomorphic animals as selectable fighters. Fights are played to the best of three rounds. Players are given the opportunity to watch a replay after every round.

    Characters move with Left and Right. They jump with Up and crouch with Down. They punch with X (light), Y (medium), and Z (hard). They kick with A (light), B (medium), and C (hard). Light and medium attacks are quicker, but hard attacks do more damage and knock opponents over. When using a standard three-button control pad,  START  switches between punches and kicks. The first move taught to every character in the single-player game is a taunt that is performed with A+B. Taunts restore part of the character's lost health.

    Characters block by holding Down-left when facing right or Down-right when facing left, which can be done while standing or crouching. However, unlike most fighting games, there is no difference between high and low attacks, so any attack can be blocked while standing or crouching. Many special moves are unblockable and knock the opponent over on impact. In the Mega Drive version, all hard attacks are unblockable as well. Being hit repeatedly stuns a fighter for a duration, leaving the character unable to move or attack. Some special moves also stun the character performing them.

    Combos are not possible since fighters are invulnerable for a short time after getting hit, until they are able to block again. Instead, each character learns "katas," which are combination moves performed the same way as special moves.

    Modes

    In the single-player game, the player travels to a fictional island to face ten opponents, ending with the mysterious Dali Llama. Opponents are always fought in the same order (regardless of the character played). Unlike most fighting games, the player does not start the game with any special moves; instead, the character learns one new special move with every two opponents defeated. The player is shown the move and must successfully perform it in order to learn it. The player is also given a colored belt promotion and a password saving their rank and learned moves (but not their progress; the game always starts on the first opponent). The player can change their character by pressing A before a match starts, but doing this loses any learned moves.

    Computer opponents always have all of their special moves. There are 14 difficulty levels available (White Belt, Red Belt, Yellow Belt, Orange Belt, Green Belt, Blue Belt, Brown Belt, Black Belt, 1st Dan, 2nd Dan, 3rd Dan, 4th Dan, 5th Dan, and 6th Dan). The player only has three continues with which to complete the game.

    There is also a two-player versus mode (called the "No Frills Head to Head" mode). Players are asked to input a password before starting this mode, which stores their rank (from the single-player mode) and their wins and losses. In the Mega-CD version, the password also provides access to special moves, which must be unlocked first in the single-player mode. In the Mega Drive version, both players always have access to every character's special moves in two-player matches.

    In the options, players can choose between three game speeds (Normal, Turbo, and Turbo Nutter, with Turbo being the default) and between several options for match length (a single round; best of 3, 5, or 7 rounds; or first to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 rounds). There is some overlap in the meaning of the different match length options (best of 3 is the same as first to 2, for example).

    Characters

    Note: Move lists assume that the character is facing right. When facing left, Left and Right should be reversed. A, B, and C are interchangeable with X, Y, and Z (respectively) when performing special moves.

    Playable

    Each character represents a different "Path of Wisdom" (inspired by the Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism).

    The Pantha is only in the Mega-CD version of the game.

    Brutal Paws of Fury MCD, Introduction, Kung Fu Bunny.png

    Kung Fu Bunny
    Style:
    Relaxed Paw
    Height:
    5'10"
    Weight:
    100 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Understanding
    A rabbit monk.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Flash Kick HOLD BC C Kung Fu Bunny rolls backward with a backflip kick. This move is unblockable.
    Double Flash Kick Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Kung Fu Bunny advances with three successive backflip kicks. This move is unblockable.
    High Flash Kick HOLD DownB B Kung Fu Bunny kicks high into the air. This move is unblockable.
    Scissors Kick Down B B Kung Fu Bunny leans back and stands on his hands while kicking forwards. This move is unblockable.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Dance of Death Hold A, then release and press A A Kung Fu Bunny kicks in a circle, then does two front kicks and a handstand kick. Equivalent to Left+ LK , Left+ LK , Right+ LK , Right+ LK , Right+ HK .
    Iron Fist Hold C, then release and press C C Kung Fu Bunny punches multiple times in front of him. Equivalent to  LP ,  LP ,  LP ,  MP ,  MP ,  HP .
    Devil's Kiss Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Kung Fu Bunny advances with a series of attacks and Flash Kicks, then becomes dizzy. Equivalent to Down+ LK , Flash Kick, Down+ HP , Down+ LK , Double Flash Kick.

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    Prince Leon
    Style:
    Tan Ru (The Iron Rage)
    Height:
    6'0"
    Weight:
    250 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Effort
    A lion rock star who has an undisclosed vendetta with Tai Cheetah and Kendo Coyote.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Bite B+C Prince Leon bites in front of him with a large chomp. This move is unblockable.
    Swim Attack Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Prince Leon runs forward with a flurry of claw swipes. This move is unblockable.
    Roar Down Down-right Right B Prince Leon roars in front of him. This move can knock down or stun opponents.
    Power Chord Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Prince Leon catches a guitar, then plays a power chord that blows the opponent away with the force of its sound waves. He is invincible while doing this.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Wild Side Hold A, then release and press A A Prince Leon performs three successive Swim Attacks, then becomes dizzy.
    Rage Within HOLD A+CB Prince Leon performs a Roar and a Swim Attack, then becomes dizzy.
    The Leon Experience Hold B, then release and press C C C C Prince Leon performs a Power Chord and a Roar, then becomes dizzy.

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    Tai Cheetah
    Style:
    Tai Chi Chuan
    Height:
    6'2"
    Weight:
    140 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Mindfulness
    A cheetah who was mentoring Kendo Coyote.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Fire Punch Down Down-right Right Tai Cheetah slides forward with a flaming punch. This move is unblockable.
    Fire Kick Left Down-left Down Tai Cheetah performs three quick flaming kicks. This move is unblockable.
    Fire Run Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Tai Cheetah charges forward while infused with fire. There is a short pause before he starts the dash. This move is unblockable.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    The Way of the Crane A+B+C Tai Cheetah leaps forward, then performs a series of kicks. Equivalent to Right+ HK , Right+ HK , Right+ HK , Left+ HK , Left+ HK , Left+ HK .
    Fist of the North Hold A, then release and press A A Tai Cheetah performs three successive Fire Punches.
    Divine Wind Hold B, then release and press B B Tai Cheetah performs two Fire Kicks followed by two successive Fire Runs, then becomes dizzy.

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    Rhei Rat
    Style:
    Thai Boxing
    Height:
    5'11"
    Weight:
    150 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Speech
    A rat who is an accomplished and arrogant Thai boxer.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Knockout Punch A+B+C Rhei Rat swings with a heavy punch. This move is unblockable.
    Frenzy Attack Down Down-left Left C Rhei Rat runs ahead with a flurry of punches. The last punch is unblockable.
    Neck Choke B+C (close) Rhei Rat grabs his opponent by the throat and and punches multiple times.
    Face Pull Down Down-right Right (close) Rhei Rat grabs and pulls his opponent's face down.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Tsumai Hold C, then release and press B B Rhei Rat advances with a series of punches, then becomes dizzy. Equivalent to Left+ HP , Left+ HP , Left+ HP , Left+ HP , , Left+ LP , Left+ LP , Left+ LP .
    Lightening Fury Hold A, then release and press A A Rhei Rat holds his fist out for a moment, which damages his opponent on contact.
    Muay Thai Hold B, then release and press A B Rhei Rat performs the Frenzy Attack three times in a row, then becomes dizzy.

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    The Pantha
    Style:
    Chin Na
    Height:
    5'8"
    Weight:
    190 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Meditation
    A panther who is a member of a sinister cult.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Fireball Left Down-left Down Down-right Right The Pantha shoots a fireball from his hands.
    Energy Drain Hold Down, then release and press A A The Pantha holds his hands out, which sucks some of his opponent's life force away.
    Cloak Attack B+C (close) The Pantha hops on his opponent with his cloak, then beats up the opponent inside the cloak.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Serpent's Kiss Hold B, then release and press C C
    Summon Chi Hold A+C, then release and press C C
    The Gentle Path Hold C, then release and press C C

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    Kendo Coyote
    Style:
    Kenjutsu
    Height:
    6'2"
    Weight:
    200 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Resolve
    A coyote who is motivated by greed and an estranged pupil of Tai Cheetah.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Slam Punch A+B+C Kendo Coyote swings in front of him with both fists. This move is unblockable.
    Headbutt B+C (close) Kendo Coyote grabs and headbutts his opponent repeatedly. This move is unblockable.
    Cannonball Right Down-right Down Down-left B Kendo Coyote rolls into a ball and spins around the screen in a triangle.
    Spinball Down Down-right Right Kendo Coyote rolls into a ball and spins forward at high speed.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    The Five Rings Left Down-left Down Down-right B Kendo Coyote performs a Cannonball and two Spinballs, then becomes dizzy.
    Ki Force Hold A, then release and press C C Kendo Coyote does a Slam Punch, then leaps ahead and does another Slam Punch.
    Hapkido Hold B, then release and press A A Kendo Coyote leaps ahead and does a sweep kick and a standing kick after landing. Equivalent to a forward leap, then Down+ HK , Left+ HK .

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    Foxy Roxy
    Style:
    Penjat Silat
    Height:
    6'0"
    Weight:
    160 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Livelihood
    A vixen who is a politician and social activist.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Whiplash Kick B+C Foxy Roxy does a cartwheel kick forward.
    Spin Attack Left Left C Foxy Roxy cartwheels forward, then rolls into a ball, landing with a punch.
    Rolling Sweep Down Down-right Right Foxy Roxy slides across the screen quickly with a low kick.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Kuntao Kata A+B+C Foxy Roxy performs a series of kicks. Equivalent to Left+ HK , Whiplash Kick,  HK .
    Call of the Lotus Hold C, then release and press C C Foxy Roxy does a Rolling Attack, Spin Attack, and another Rolling Attack, then becomes dizzy.
    Penjat Silat Mind Throw Right Down-right Down Down-left C Foxy Roxy performs an improved version of her taunt that restores her health and stuns her opponent (but only if the opponent is not blocking or in midair).

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    Ivan Bear
    Style:
    Soviet Military
    Height:
    6'0"
    Weight:
    250 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Action
    A bear who is an ex-Soviet commando and claims to be the strongest animal in the world.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Big Belly Attack Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Ivan runs forward with a belly bump.
    Earthquake Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Ivan jumps up, then pounds the ground, knocking over any opponents on the ground. He is invincible while performing this move.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Strength of the North Down Down-left Left B Ivan performs two heavy punches and a Big Belly Attack. Equivalent to  HP ,  HP , Big Belly Attack.
    Jab Al Nar Hold C, then release and press A A Ivan does a series of crouching punches, then finishes with a standing punch. Equivalent to Down+ MP , Down+ MP , Down+ MP , Down+ MP , Down+ MP ,  HP .
    Rage of the World Hold B+C, then release and press A+C Ivan does three Earthquakes in a row, then becomes dizzy.

    Bosses

    Main article: Brutal: Paws of Fury/Hidden content.

    The boss characters are only playable with the use of cheat codes.

    Karate Croc is only in the Mega-CD version of the game.

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    Karate Croc
    Style:
    Brawler
    Height:
    6'0"
    Weight:
    290 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Respect
    A crocodile bar brawler.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Tail Whip HOLD RightB+C Karate Croc flips around in a circle, whipping his tail around.
    Torpedo Attack HOLD DownA B C Karate Croc jumps in the air, then dives diagonally downward head-first.
    Flying Tail Whip Hold Down-left, then release and press Right+B+C Karate Croc flips forward through the air, whipping his tail around.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    The Swallow A+B+C
    The Path of the Empty Hand Hold B+C, then release and press C C
    Escrima Hold A, then release and press A A

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    Dali Llama
    Style:
    Divine
    Height:
    6'6"
    Weight:
    150 lbs.
    Path:
    Right Perfection
    A llama who is currently the holder of the Belt of Heaven.
    Move list (Special moves)
    Name Command Description
    Headbutt B+C Dali Llama performs a headbutt that can knock opponents over. This move is unblockable.
    Smoke Attack Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Dali Llama transforms into a cloud of smoke and charges forward. This move is unblockable, and he is invincible while performing it.
    Move list (Katas)
    Name Command Description
    Mind of the Gods Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Dali Llama concentrates, knocking the opponent over with his mind (unless the opponent is blocking, attacking, or in midair).
    Apocalypse Down Down-right Right B Dali Llama concentrates, knocking the opponent over with his mind (unless the opponent is blocking, attacking, or in midair). This move has a longer startup time than Mind of the Gods but does more damage.

    Stages

    The single-player game has ten opponents, with each match taking place in a different stage. In two-player games, players can choose any stage.

    The fourth stage takes place on a bridge. A fighter can be knocked off the edge and lose in a ring-out.

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    The Landing
    The first opponent is Tai Cheetah.

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    The Waterfall
    The second opponent is Rhei Rat.

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    The Idol
    The third opponent is Ivan the Bear.

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    The Mountain
    The fourth opponent is Prince Leon.

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    In the Courtyard
    The fifth opponent is Kendo Coyote.

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    The Screen Room
    The sixth opponent is Foxy Roxy.

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    The Dojo
    The seventh opponent is Kung Fu Bunny.

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    On the Battlements
    The eighth opponent is The Pantha (Mega-CD version) or Tai Cheetah again (Mega Drive version).

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    The Cavern
    The ninth opponent is Karate Croc (Mega-CD version) or Rhei Rat again (Mega Drive version).

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    Aboard the Boat
    The tenth opponent is Dali Llama.

    History

    Legacy

    An update to this game, Brutal Unleashed: Above the Claw, was released for the Sega 32X. It adds enhanced color depth, new characters, redesigned stages, a new soundtrack, and more modes.

    Versions

    The Mega-CD version has animated cutscenes, a CD-audio soundtrack, two additional characters (The Pantha and Karate Croc), and a "Fun Room" menu option containing a sound test (the "Brutal Band") and outtakes with animation tests and unfinished character designs. Hard attacks are unblockable in the Mega Drive version. All special moves are unlocked for use in the two-player versus mode in the Mega Drive version, but they must be unlocked via a password (after unlocking them in the single-player mode) in the Mega-CD version. The Mega Drive version can be paused by pressing  START  when using a Six Button Control Pad; the Mega-CD version cannot be paused during gameplay. Computer opponents in the Mega-CD version have their names above their health bars, while they always read "Juanimator" in the Mega Drive version.

    The Super NES version has a different soundtrack from both the Mega Drive and Mega-CD versions. It has the same roster as the Mega Drive version. Some of the stages are entirely different. Characters can no longer "ring-out" on the bridge stage. Characters have all of their special moves immediately available in both the single-player and two-player modes (though there are still tutorials every two matches in the single-player game to show the player how to perform each move).

    Production credits

    Team Brutal
    • Design: Rod V. Humble
    • Artwork and Animation: Andie Gilmour, Dave Hall, Juan Sanchez
    • Program: Dave Exile
    • Music: ppdix
    • Creative Director: Steve Curran
    • VP of Product Development: Liz Curran
    • Project Coordination: Charlene Carty
    • Sound Editing: Larry Pacie
    • Special Thanks to the Following: Sherry Kross, John Tombley, Wendy Weber, Executive King, Travis Williams, Stacey Ruderman, GameTek U.K.
    • Annoying: William B. McCormick
    Source:
    In-game credits
    Brutal MCD credits.pdf
    [8]

    Magazine articles

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    Promotional material

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    (RU)
    60
    [9]
    (FR)
    80
    [10]
    (UK)
    80
    [11]
    (US) NTSC-U
    60
    [12]
    (US) NTSC-U
    73
    [13]
    (DE) PAL
    65
    [14]
    (RU)
    78
    [15]
    Sega Mega Drive
    71
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    87
    [16]
    (UK)
    88
    [7]
    (US) NTSC-U
    91
    [17]
    (US) NTSC-U
    63
    [18]
    (US) NTSC-U
    77
    [2]
    (US) NTSC-U
    70
    [19]
    (UK) PAL
    40
    [20]
    (UK) PAL
    81
    [21]
    (FR) PAL
    70
    [22]
    (UK) PAL
    84
    [3]
    (FR) NTSC-U
    69
    [23]
    (DE) PAL
    70
    [24]
    (US) NTSC-U
    74
    [25]
    (UK) PAL
    88
    [26]
    (RU)
    80
    [27]
    (UK) PAL
    36
    [28]
    (DE)
    65
    [29]
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    72
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    41
    [30]
    (UK) PAL
    72
    [31]
    (DE) PAL
    62
    [32]
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    80
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    Sega Mega-CD
    71
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    22 reviews

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    Main article: Brutal: Paws of Fury/Technical information.

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    29. Play Time, "10/94" (DE; 1994-09-07), page 108
    30. Sega Power, "October 1994" (UK; 1994-09-01), page 52
    31. Sega Pro, "September 1994" (UK; 1994-08-11), page 64
    32. Video Games, "10/94" (DE; 1994-09-28), page 86
    33. VideoGames, "September 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 74


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